Jay Z has been exposed to constant criticism recently on social media platform Twitter after likening what he calls a capitalist to racial slurs. On Wednesday, August 31, vocalists from the Empire State of Mind appeared in a Twitter Spaces chat session with Rob Markman and Ari Melber. In the 17-minute meeting, Jay Z tried to portray the crazy rich man’s story going in a strange direction. Talking about strengthening fellow black billionaires like Kanye West, Rihanna and LeBron James, Jay Z stressed that they ‘will not stop’.
He then added that at that point society was trying to ‘lock’ them out of the ‘American dream’ and invented the word ‘capitalist’ as they progressed towards success. Bootstrap, and you can make your own… You can make it in the US. His remarks aroused a great deal of attention from netizens. The rapper looked at a man known as a ‘capitalist’ for his racist slurs.
ok den pic.twitter.com/waQkldVm
— Rob Markman 💭 (@RobMarkman) September 1, 2022
And after that when we started going in, they tried to stop us from there. They start inventing words as you know them. The capitalist you know is like that. At the end of the day we were called ‘n**ger’, ‘monkeys’, and garbage. I couldn’t help but care less. The words you all made up. You all have to think of more grounded words. Internet users were confused when they heard that a singer-businessman valued at $1.3 billion compares a capitalist to N words. Many people noticed that the founder of Roc Nation was also a capitalist. Considering that he has built up a reputation for amassing huge amounts of money.
Twitter Trolls Jay Z After Comparing What Is Called ‘Capitalist’ To N-Word
Jay-Z’s verse about ‘God Did’ continues to spark discussion on social media. During a recent chat on Twitter Spaces, he approached me to explain his verses on the track. In response, Jay-G said that when he became known as a capitalist, he compared him to N-words and said there was no room for disgrace. In a 17-minute chat session on Twitter Spaces with journalist Rob Markman, DJ Khaled, and countless others on Wednesday, August 31, Jay Z shared his optimism in a song discussing hoisting other black performers like Kanye West. It is known that he has been asked about the ambassador. Rihanna and LeBron James became very rich. Roc Nation’s co-founder responded by criticizing his business moves and caring for those who dishonor him in search of success.
Jay Z is so disappointing because he has turned into a ppl he hates and doesn’t even see it. You can blame his upbringing, but there’s a deeper moral problem when someone compares the word capitalist to nig*er.
— Ike (@419kiddd) September 1, 2022
The hip billionaire remarks have been met with backlash from certain individuals who ridicule him for comparing what he calls a capitalist to what is called a racist slur. Jay Z was in that space crying over what we call him a capitalist. Then I tried to say that calling a rich black man a capitalist is like an n-word. LMAOOO wrote an individual. Several fans have pointed out that Jay Z is legally known as a capitalist after a multi-year partnership with the NFL.
Jay Z just said we coined the word capitalist because we are jealous of black people making money.
— But, let’s become fashion ✨ (@tsvarakad3nga) September 1, 2022
For those who don’t know, the NFL has met with a huge backlash for treating San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Colin Kaepernick reported that he was actually expelled from the league after pointing out racism and police brutality. Netizens have listed vast examples of the rapper making huge sums of money in America to prove his liberal capitalist tendencies.
Jay Z when people called him a capitalist pic.twitter.com/nuzyGUq0dA
— Jordan • They/them (@jd_sometimes) September 1, 2022
Jay-Z is a hardcore capitalist. And to be a successful capitalist as a backman in a white world – you have to be “sold out”. There is no way to bypass it. Empathy and fairness cannot survive the onslaught of capitalist realism
— Paul Anti-natal Guy (@KeizyZulu) September 2, 2022
The reason Jay z mentions is why certain celebrities should be silent. I thought the veil fell when he teamed up with the NFL and you thought he was aiming a gun for the ppl and he got nothing other than stuffing his pockets. You should have known when he was then. 🥴
— nyatu fly 💅🏽 (@nybbyxo) September 1, 2022
Jay Z can rap. But we didn’t forget the Pam Dance, telling the NFL office “We’re on our Knees” bout.
— Quincy Avery (@QuincyAvery) September 2, 2022